A randomized single blind controlled clinical study of Tilashelukarvi Kwath in the management of Lohitkshaya Yonivyapad w.s.r. Hypomenorrhoea
Keywords:Lohitkshaya Yonivyapad, Hypomenorrhoea, Tilashelukarvi kwath, Shatapushpa churna
Yonivyapad is a collection of diverse genital tract illnesses, from the vulva through the uterus. Lohitkshaya yonivyapad corelated with hypomenorrhoea. Hypomenorrhoea is a condition in which uterine bleeding may be slight in volume, short in duration (<2days) or both. The primary symptom of lohitkshaya is artavkshaya. Aim: To study the efficacy of Tilashelukarvi Kwath in the management of Lohitkshaya Yonivyapad w.s.r. to Hypomenorrhoea. Materials and Method: A total 80 patients of the age group 18-40 years presenting with signs and symptoms of Lohitkshaya Yonivyapad w.s.r to hypomenorrhoea were selected randomly from OPD of the department of streerog Prasutitantra. The 40 patients of trial group were treated with Tilashelukarvi kwath and 40 patients of control group were subjected to Shatapushpa churna. Results: Both treatments were equally successful in boosting blood flow during menstruation. Therefore, we draw the conclusion that the effects seen in both groups are noteworthy.
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